APPENDIX 5: SAMPLE OF MOO SCREEN WITHOUT VISUAL CLIENT


From: The Internet as an Educational Tool in ESOL Writing Instruction, by Karla Frizler (kfriz@mindspring.com)

MOO conversation as seen through raw telnet:

to Gregor "How is your thesis coming along?"
Frizzy [to Gregor]: "How is your thesis coming along?"
Gregor [to Frizzy]: It's coming. I wrote some more writing pedagogy stuff
today.
to Gregor "Oh yeah? Did you say anything I should read befoGregor says, "I am g
oing to go to the library after awhile and pick up some re articles Ifound on UNCOVER>.."
. . . tomorrow?
Frizzy [to Gregor]: "Oh yeah? Did you say anything I should read before . . . tomorrow?
Gregor says, "Um...no, nothing earthshattering."

Same MOO conversation as seen through visual client:

Frizzy [to Gregor]: "How is your thesis coming along?"
Gregor [to Frizzy]: "It's coming. I wrote some more writing pedagogy stuff today."
Gregor says, "I am going to go to the library after awhile and pick up some articles I found on UNCOVER."
Frizzy [to Gregor]: "Oh yeah? Did you see anything I should read before tomorrow?"
Gregor says, "Um...no, nothing earthshattering."

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